A lawyer too many? Commissioner says county won't pay for the one hired by Belknap County Convention

LACONIA — The confrontation between the Belknap County Convention and the Belknap County Commission is playing itself out in Belknap County Superior Court where two attorneys — Paul Fitzgerald and Wescott, Millham and Dyer and Laura Spector-Morgan of the Mitchell Municipal Group — have filed to represent the convention against the suit brought by Tom Tardif, charging it violated the Right-to-Know Law by electing its current officers by secret ballot.


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